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By Kate Hanley.

I may be biased, but I strongly believe that R is one of the best tools out there for performing statistical analyses and related tasks. It is driven by academia, so cutting-edge methods are available quickly and painlessly, and many of the world’s foremost statistics and data mi...

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By Ava Yang.

Have you ever wondered what people use R packages for? Unfortunately, we have no exact answer. A poll might be a way to find out. Crantastic, a CRAN community site intended for star ratings and comments, however, fails to collect enough votes to bring insights.

Ever since RStudio...

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By Ava Yang.

Have you ever wondered what people use R packages for? Unfortunately, we have no exact answer. A poll might be a way to find out. Crantastic, a CRAN community site intended for star ratings and comments, however, fails to collect enough votes to bring insights.

Ever since RStudio...

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By Grégoire Gauriot.

It has been widely discussed how easy it is to share R packages. CRAN repositories are an obvious way, gitorious and github have recently been active platform for sharing code (devtools package makes it very simple). The facility to share had and is having a massive impact on...

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By Grégoire Gauriot.

It has been widely discussed how easy it is to share R packages. CRAN repositories are an obvious way, gitorious and github have recently been active platform for sharing code (devtools package makes it very simple). The facility to share had and is having a massive impact on...

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